Charles (Chuck) E. Levin provides legal counsel to financial institutions in transactions and restructuring situations, and with respects to financial products. He also advises larger and middle market companies in mergers and acquisitions, financing and general corporate matters.
Chuck represents – as lead or senior counsel – companies valued from less than $1 million to more than several billion dollars on secured-lending transactions, acquisitions and joint ventures. He advises clients from a range of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, health care, government contraction, technology, energy, agriculture, aviation and more, on a host of legal and business issues and structures.
Drawing on deep financing industry experience, Chuck extensively negotiates and documents financial derivative and other synthetic investment arrangements, including credit derivatives, collateralized debt warehouse arrangements, total return swaps, equity swaps and related documents on behalf of hedge funds, insurance and other financial service clients.
Chuck also advises financial industry and large corporate clients on distressed debtor situations for purposes of their trading, credit extension and other activities.
Chuck handles international commercial, financing and joint venture transactions, including trade export and import deals, multinational financings, joint ventures with European manufacturers and distributors and financial institutions, and project financings.
Served as lead counsel in negotiating many major contracts, resolving disputes and resolving credit and insolvency situations with suppliers and customers for Fortune 500 and major private companies
Served as lead counsel to a major international hedge fund in spinning off its Asian operations
Served as lead or senior counsel in connection with acquisitions and divestitures of businesses, and cross-border finance and regulatory issues in several US states, India, Poland, Colombia, Brazil, China, Mexico, Canada, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands and other jurisdictions
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